After a good work out at the gym you need to get breakfast to start your day with. We Are Basket selected the best places for you to relax and fill your stomach. This time: Sydney.
The name Youeni is a mash up of the words you and I. Isn’t that a reason to get a warm en trusted feeling from them? The locally produced products gets us not only healthy meals, but also makes sure we feel good about it. With its industrial-chic look cafe and coffee as their specialty, we can’t wait to stuck by. And, if we might give you a tip: order the pancakes, they are the best on the menu.
250 Old Northern Rd, Castle Hill NSW 2154
Smoking gun bagels
If you are in the mood for bagels, we recommend Smoking Gun Bagels. As soon as you walk by, you smell the flavour of fresh baked bread. The bagels are hand rolled and because of UberEats, you can eat them from any place you like. Isn’t that a nice way to have breakfast?
129-129A Cathedral St, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011
The Grounds of Alexandria
Do you want some rest in the middle of the city? Go the The Grounds of Alexandria. Alexandria does not only have a cafe and bakery, but also a bar within the lively garden where you can rest – day and night.
Everything is freshly produced, and so on, the breakfast that the cafe provides as well. The bakery is seasonally inspired and therefore, the breads, jams and pastries are hand-made and organic. Have your roasted coffee in the idyllic garden, and buy some flowers afterwards.
a/2 Huntley St, Alexandria NSW 2015
Porch and Parlour
Porch and Parlour is based right in front of the Bondi beach. Do you already see yourself enjoying the fresh sunny breeze while waiting for your breakfast? Thats what we thought. The concept of Porch and Parlour is all about pillars of flavour, freshness, people, community and culture. As soon as you walk in, you feel like home. Isn’t that nice to start the day with? They only cook healthy meals and on Wednesday evening vegetarian. Come to the beach!
7-18/110 Ramsgate Ave, North Bondi NSW 2026
The Dutch Smuggler is great if you’re in for a toasty brunch. They make toast with everything you want – from noodles to mexican beans. And that’s not the only thing they serve; you can also stuck by for a great cup of coffee, which they are known for.
Their toasts are not the only cool thing they have. The architecture is also very inspiring. Walk down the stairs and you find yourself on their terrace, which surrounded by graffiti artworks. In this way, you can enjoy your toast while being surrounded by colour. Have fun!
200 George St, Sydney NSW 2000